Christmas Peace Single UK Disk

The 2CD set "Christmas Peace" will be released as a single Christmas CD in the UK. Click on the link below to listen to samples or watch te television commercial. The track listing: 1. Blue Christmas 2. Here Comes Santa Claus 3. White Christmas 4. Santa Bring My Baby Back 5. I’ll Be Home For Christmas 6. Santa Claus Is Back In town 7. O Little Town Of Bethlehem 8. Silent Night 9. If Everyday Was Like Christmas 10. O Come, All Ye Faithfull 11. The First Noel 12. On A Snowy Christmas Night 13. Winter Wonderland 14. The Wonderful World Of Christmas 15. It Won’t Seem Like Christmas (Without You) 16. I’ll Be Home On Christmas Day 17. If I Get Home On Christmas Day 18. Holly Leaves And Christmas Trees 19. Merry Christmas Baby 20. Silver Bells
Source: BMG UK / Updated: Nov 21, 2003 
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yelserp (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 30, 2003report abuse
Christmas Peace has entered the UK chart at Number 41 which is very good news indeed. Maybe it could go higher next week if the advertisement campaign continues. Even though this is a single disc in the UK some record shops are selling the EU 2 disc version which I picked up this week. Shop around. The sound quality is excellent with 'Merry Christmas Baby' sounding fantastic. In my opinion the greatest Christmas song ever. Andy
Son Of Mark 64 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 27, 2003report abuse
Sorry I ment to say gospel music not country
Son Of Mark 64 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 27, 2003report abuse
A good cover ? Idont buy my elvis cds or lps ect for there covers I still think its arip off a single cd with the same old songs how about a new cd with a few alternate takes .I have at least 5 xmas cds all ready could do with a bit of a change and as for country elvis Iwouldnt mind a bit more . Ana why do we in the uk allways have to be different could it be any thing to do with the money No I guess Not?
Andreas77 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 24, 2003report abuse
Are they doing TV-ads for this one in England now - if so - great job, BMG! And for 2nd...? You English think it will chart? Anybody know the sales figures in Britain for 2nd to none? By the way, how is the Beatles doing - rumers have it they printed up 5 million copies of their last release in England alone...
midnight (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 24, 2003report abuse
I'm really pleased to see that TV advertisements in the UK have now started, I love the cover art work, and the TV ad ties in so well with that. I know of many younger Elvis fans who will love this album at this time of year, and it's great for the general public to be able to obtain the album with it's improved sound quality.
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 23, 2003report abuse
Although I don't think the CD will sell huge numbers and is mainly for the existing Elvis fan, I've gotta say that ''If Everyday Was Like Xmas'' is absolutely fantastic. One of my favourite songs of all Elvis time. Correct me if I'm wrong, didn't Red West write the song and also sung a brilliant version too ?. PS - I'm in a bit of shock, tonight at peak time on ITV1 on UK television, I saw an advert for Elvis 2nd To None !!!
joemin (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 23, 2003report abuse
I'm delighted they opted for the single cd, too much crammed into 1 album is a tern off for the general public. I would have preferred a 14 track album, it would sell waaaay more. But this album should chart anyway. We always needed a Christmas album with only Christmas songs. This is the same trck listing as White Christmas with the 5 gospel songs removed. This album should be on the shelves every Christmas from now on, won't need any other. We could do with a single though!! Blue Christams/ Santa Bring my baby back to me would do just fine!!! Although I love It Won't Seem Like Christmas Without You too...
stu (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 22, 2003report abuse
Not only is this a great looking CD, the sound is absolutely superb! It would be great to see "O Come, All Ye Faithfull" released as a single to promote it perhaps, with an unreleased take of "White Christmas/Blue Christmas".
Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 22, 2003report abuse
This is an excellent release from BMG(UK) which will sell very well over the festive season. I agree with BMG that this should be a single release in the UK as Gospel music is not as popular here as in the U.S.A. Yes, we already have all the tracks, but the cover is something special and worth the price of the album alone.
elvisavenue (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 22, 2003report abuse
yes, we don't need this kind of release . a single cd ? and why not a 1/4 cd release ?? i'm ok with mark , the ftd releases should be a little bit cheaper . olivier
Son Of Mark 64 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 22, 2003report abuse
Theres only one question Why? what we need is achristmas cd with outtakes on it could even be on the ftd label if bmg think it wont sell I for one will not be spending any more money on this type of release. At the moment there has been al arge volume of Elvis releases and I do not have endless pockets to reach into . Do bmg realy think that uk fans will put up with this type of rubbish release.
what we need is more ofthe ftd type release but a bit cheaper on the pocket. And what can I say about ELVIS 30 NO1S DELUXE just one word RIP OFF .

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